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The All Inclusive Infant Feeding Class and Why You Should Take It!

I am so excited about teaching our new infant feeding class! I have been teaching breastfeeding classes for over a year now and I love it but I knew something was missing. 183 more words

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The HUSH HUSH Side of Postpartum Motherhood

As first time moms we always hear how great motherhood is; bonding with baby, the sweet moments while we are up feeding our baby, all of the awing and cooing. 719 more words

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'Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering' Review

This is my review of the book Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering: A Doctor’s Guide to Natural Childbirth and Gentle Early Parenting Choices by Sarah J. Buckley, MD. 1,429 more words

The Journey Begins

It’s never too late to be what you might have been.
— George Eliot

If I’m being completely honest, I had no idea what a doula was until Liz Sandoz was a contestant on Nick Viall’s season of The Bachelor.

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The Baby Item MUST HAVES and the Baby Items to Ditch

It can be seriously overwhelming to start a baby registry. You can do them in person at the store or create online registries…No matter which way you decide to register, it’s a lot. 764 more words

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The Benefits of Hiring a Postpartum Doula

Postpartum doulas are an invaluable,  lesser known birth professional. As a new mother or father, you can benefit from inviting a professional postpartum doula into your home after giving birth. 441 more words

Respect Your Elders: Oh! Not so Fast Granny!

By: Tammy Sanders

When it comes to grand parenting in this age of “organic”, raw, (which how I was raised is known as plow it, plant it, pick it), vaccinate, not to vaccinate, high tech new fangled gadget society, it can be overwhelming for us as new grandparents. 242 more words

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